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Salisbury Eye Sore Soon To Be Demolished

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SALISBURY, Md. - A Salisbury eyesore is set to come down soon, to make way for a new residential development.

Demolition is scheduled for sometime this week at the vacant building on Fitzwater Street in Salisbury, the future site of the Rivers Edge Apartments.  That's according to a rep from Osprey Property Company, which owns what will be the affordable housing and arts community.

Monday, construction crews were out stripping recyclable material from the current structure, and if construction stays on schedule, people should be able to move in by January 2015.

Another project in Salisbury, the old Feldman's Building is awaiting construction permits.

If all goes as scheduled, that could be completed by the end of the year.
   

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